Hyderabad: Hyderabad Police on Tuesday registered a case against BJP MLA T Raja Singh for his alleged inflammatory remarks made during a rally organized on the occasion of Ram Navami. Police has told that the BJP MLA had used unparliamentary language during his speech and song. Which could increase the enmity between two different religious classes.
Actually, BJP MLA T Raja had led a procession from Sitarambagh on Sunday. During the rally, he had said that Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath will now use bulldozers to clean the country and turn it into a Hindu nation soon. Apart from the speech, another video of the MLA also went viral on social media, in which he can be seen singing the song 'Jo Ram ka naam na le ko Bharat se bhagana hai'. Due to all these issues, people on social media were demanding action against BJP MLA.
Talking to the media on this whole matter, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Goshamahal) R. Satish Kumar said that, while addressing a gathering in Begumbazar Chhatri area, the word unparliamentary was used in the speech and song, which could create enmity between different religious communities. In such a situation, taking suo motu cognizance, Shah Inayatganj police station has registered a case under section 153A, 295 of IPC in the related matter.